The librarian"s complete guide to involving parents through children"s literature

grades K-6 by Anthony D. Fredericks

Publisher: Libraries Unlimited in Englewood, Colo

Written in English
Cover of: The librarian
Published: Pages: 137 Downloads: 726
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  • Children -- Books and reading -- United States.,
  • Reading -- Parent participation -- United States.,
  • Children"s literature -- Problems, exercises, etc.,
  • Activity programs in education.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 107-122) and index.

StatementAnthony D. Fredericks ; illustrated by Phyllis Disher Fredericks.
LC ClassificationsZ1037.A1 F775 1997
The Physical Object
Paginationxxi, 137 p. :
Number of Pages137
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL655228M
ISBN 101563085380
LC Control Number97000256

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This book's stated purpose is to help librarians encourage parents to take an active role in their children's literacy growth, but it seems to miss the mark as far as its intended use.

The author provides photocopy-ready activity sheets that relate to children's literature : Anthony D. Fredericks. Get this from a library. The librarian's complete guide to involving parents through children's literature: grades K [Anthony D Fredericks] -- Contains reproducible activity pages for children's literature selections, which librarians can send home to parents.

Each activity page contains bibliographic information, a summary, discussion. Getting parents to participate in their child's education is easy with these take-home reproducibles. This book provides a single-source guide to selected reading and extension activities for grade levels K Each activity sheet includes a summary of a book, discussion questions, and a list of engaging learning projects for adults and children.

This book is designed to help librarians build a lasting and enthusiastic relationship with parents and to help parents extend the learning opportunities of their children through a literate environment.

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